Drs. G. Gaikwad, S. Vyas and R. Shah, present insights in the use of various repertories.
Category - Homeopathy Repertory
Welcome to Homeopathic Repertory Center. Here you can find information related to homeopathy repertories & repertorisation techniques, online books on Homeopathic Repertory, articles and papers related to Homeopathy Repertory. Learn about the use of repertory, case-taking, case-analysis and much more!
Homeopathic Repertory is an index to the symptoms of diseases and their remedies, in which they are arranged in an orderly manner so that they may be found without trouble.
Dr. M.L. Seghal analyzes the delusion rubrics of Stramonium.
Drs. Yogesh and Sanjay Sehgal discuss the patient’s mental state as it affects perception of temperature modalities.
Dr. M.L. Sehgal explores some Nitric Acid rubrics.
Dr. M.L. Seghal explores the broader meanings of the rubric “Light, desire for".
Dr. M.L. Sehgal explores some determining aspects of Gelsemium’s mentals and illustrates with numerous cases.
Dr. M.L. Sehgal discusses some rubrics of Belladonna and their meaning. He also shares typical patient statements which...
Drs. Yogesh and Sanjay Sehgal do a comparative analysis of the mentals in Arsenicum and Anacardium
Alastair Gray reviews homeopath Robert Medhurst’s new Concordant Clinical Repertory.
The author discusses adjustment disorder and provides useful rubrics for repertorization.
Protologue of The Bönninghausen Repertory by George Dimitriadis. One of the best repertories to have!
Prologue of The Bönninghausen Repertory by George Dimitriadis. Excellent exploration of the history and development of...
Elaine and Shana Lewis explain some important rubrics.
A case of rheumatoid arthritis solved with the Boenninghausen approach.
The authors give further examples of how the repertories are replete with errors. They urge us to go back to the source...
The authors give many examples of absolute errors in the repertory.
The authors finds glaring mistakes in our repertories, which are repeatedly carried forward.
The author explains the special usefulness of Phatak's repertory, using case histories to illustrate.
Short discussion on what Impotency means and what rubrics to use.
Hering's contribution to Remedy Relationships.